The goal was simple: use recycled materials and embrace collaboration.
Not merely an art exhibition, this was a weekly, no-holds-barred collaboration between Andrew and Monica Wickeler.
They would meet at Monica’s studio to search for used and abused car parts, cardboard boxes, empty bottles and discarded wood.
Then they would contribute freely, disagree openly and paint over whatever they wanted. The end results are not just a blending of their styles, but a showcase of their boisterous art-making process and friendship.
The final exhibition was held at The Flying Pony Cafe and Gallery, Toronto in November 2017.
Used and abused bumper covers
Randomly cut bumper cover pieces
Bumper cover pieces on wood
Me See You See Me
Sticker Shock (reverse view)
Monsta Mesh (Squish) battery-pack view
Monsta Mesh (Squish) front view
Monsta Mesh (Squish) side view
Monsta Mesh (Ribbons) side view
Monsta Mesh (Ribbons) front view
Monsta Mesh (Ribbons) battery-pack view
Collabottle (Frames) reverse
Collabottle (Daggers) reverse
Collabottle (Cloud Ladder)
Collabottle (Cloud Ladder) reverse
Collabottle (Crowd) reverse
Collabottle (Fingers) reverse